Monday, March 14, 2011

Zentangle Challenge #13 - Non Dominant

This week's challenge over at Laura Harms Blog is to Tangle with your non dominant hand
For me, that's my left hand - and I went with some normal tangles that my right hand is comfortable with drawing:
I like the wonky wiggly lines that drawing with your non dominant hand allows. 
The filling in the black spaces, not so much…

I am trying to wrap my brain around what this week is going to spring upon me. 
Tues - Thurs I am going to be full to the brim with Master Gardener Stuff. 
I have to post about Cone 6 glazes by Thurs night on the Beads of Clay Blog… 
So that means for the rest of today, I have to get my brain around glazing.

I sure hope everyone stays well this week - other than the regular allergy/sinus infection that seems to linger with all of us. 
And my darn right ankle. 
I had my chiropractor adjust it and the tendons are really messed up (injury from earlier in life - field hockey? softball? who knows…) 
I have been having to keep a heating pad on it at night - but it seems to be almost back to normal.

Well, off to get lunch then into the studio. 
I can't wait to get to test glazing again…
The hardest part is limiting myself and finding a starting place.
Very exciting stuff coming up with new ways to finish beads!

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Fabulous....I haven't attempted circles or will come in my next try. You are very good!

  2. Wonderful! I think people are going to be surprised with how well they do with this one!

  3. Lots of interests to balance...Your tangle is very nice. The non-dominant things do seem to take on a character all their own. And your idea of doing patterns you're already comfortable with is a good one.

  4. Hi Marsha! Love those Wicked Wonky Challenges! You have a much more steady non dominant hand than I do. Always fun to see what you come up with.

  5. Dang, woman, but you are talented with either hand!

  6. This is really impressive, Marsha - wow - what great lines! Look after that ankle during your busy week. [blowing ankle fairy kisses from Australia] xoxo

  7. What fun! I usually don't look at others' creations until I do mine but I was so curious. Very cool.

  8. Great Marsha, you have packed heaps in there!

  9. Great job I do love your wonky lines and tangles!

  10. This is fantastic. I love all the different patterns you used.

  11. All those different patterns great non dom work. Agree with you the filling in was the hardest not that you would realise looking at your piece. XOXO Zoe


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